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(Some) Former Research Projects

Publications

Theresa O'Connell, Chuanjun Li, Timothy S. Miller, Robert C. Zeleznik, and Joseph J. LaViola Jr. A Usability Evaluation of AlgoSketch: A Pen-Based Application for Mathematics. To appear in EUROGRAPHICS Symposium on Sketch-Based Interfaces and Modeling. August, 2009.

Andrew Bragdon, Robert Zeleznik, Brian Williamson, Timothy Miller, and Joseph J. LaViola Jr. GestureBar: Improving the Approachability of Gesture-based Interfaces. In Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. ACM, April 2009.

Robert Zeleznik, Timothy Miller, Andries van Dam, Chuanjun Li, Dana Tenneson, Christopher Maloney, and Joseph J. LaViola, Jr. Applications and Issues in Pen-Centric Computing. Invited paper in IEEE Multimedia, October-December 2008, 15(4), p. 14–21.

Chuanjun Li, Robert Zeleznik, Timothy Miller, and Joseph J. LaViola Jr. Online Recognition of Handwritten Mathematical Expressions with Support for Matrices. In Proceedings of the 19th International Conference on Pattern Recognition. December 2008.

Robert Zeleznik, Timothy Miller, Chuanjun Li, and Joseph J. LaViola Jr. MathPaper: Mathematical Sketching with Fluid Support for Online Computation. In Smart Graphics: 9th International Symposium, SG 2008. Rennes, France, August 2008. Lecture Notes in Computer Science 5166, p. 20–32. Springer-Verlag: Berlin, Heidelberg. Winner of the Best Paper award for the conference, based on the paper, presentation, and demo.

Chuanjun Li, Timothy S. Miller, Robert C. Zeleznik, and Joseph J. LaViola Jr. AlgoSketch: Algorithm Sketching and Interactive Computation. In EUROGRAPHICS Workshop on Sketch-Based Interfaces and Modeling. June 2008.

Joseph J. LaViola Jr., Anamary Leal, Timothy S. Miller, and Robert C. Zeleznik. Evaluation of Techniques for Visualizing Mathematical Expression Recognition Results. In Graphics Interface, p. 131–138, Canadian Human-Computer Communications Society, May 2008.

Robert Zeleznik, Timothy Miller, and Chuanjun Li. Designing UI Techniques for Handwritten Mathematics. In EUROGRAPHICS Workshop on Sketch-Based Interfaces and Modeling, p. 91–98, August 2007.

Robert Zeleznik and Timothy Miller. Fluid Inking: Augmenting the Medium of Free-Form Inking with Gestures. In Graphics Interface. Canadian Human-Computer Communications Society, p 155–162, June 2006.

David H. Laidlaw, Robert M. Kirby, Cullen D. Jackson, J. Scott Davidson, Timothy S. Miller, Marco da Silva, William H. Warren, and Michael J. Tarr. Comparing 2D Vector Field Visualization Methods: A User Study. IEEE Transactions on Visualizations and Computer Graphics, January-February 2005, 11(1), p 59–70.

Anne Morgan Spalter, Philip Andrew Stone, Barbara J. Meier, Timothy S. Miller, and Rosemary Michelle Simpson. Interaction in an IVR Museum of Color: Constructivism Meets Virtual Reality. Leonardo, February 1, 2002, 35(1), p 87–90.

Robert Zeleznik, Timothy Miller, and Andrew Forsberg. Pop through Mouse Button Interactions. In User Interface Software and Technology, p. 195–196. ACM, November 2001.

David H. Laidlaw, R. M. Kirby, J. Scott Davidson, Timothy S. Miller, Marco da Silva, William H. Warren, and Michael Tarr. Quantitative Comparative Evaluation of 2D Vector Field Visualization Methods. In Proceedings of IEEE Visualization '01. October, 2001.

Bob Zeleznik, Loring Holden, Michael Capps, Howard Abrams, and Tim Miller. Scene-Graph-As-Bus: Collaboration between Hetrogeneous Stand-alone 3-D Graphical Applications. In Eurographics 2000. 2000.

Anne Morgan Spalter, Philip Andrew Stone, Barbara J. Meier, Timothy S. Miller, and Rosemary Michelle Simpson. Interaction in an IVR Museum of Color. In SIGGRAPH 2000 Conference Abstracts and Applications, p. 41–44. Part of the SIGGRAPH 2000 Electronic Schoolhouse. ACM SIGGRAPH, 2000.

Timothy Miller and Robert Zeleznik. The Design of 3D Haptic Widgets. In 1999 Symposium on Interactive 3D Graphics, p. 97–102. ACM SIGGRAPH, 1999.

Timothy Miller. Implementation Issues in Adding Force Feedback to the X Desktop. In The Proceedings of the Third PHANToM Users Group Workshop. 1998. AI Lab Technical Report No. 1643 and RLE Technical Report No. 624, MIT December, 1998

Timothy Miller and Robert Zeleznik. An Insidious Haptic Invasion: Adding Force Feedback to the X Desktop. In User Interface Software and Technology, p. 59–64. ACM, November 1998. (note: typos in the published version are fixed in this one)

Timothy Miller. Hidden-Surfaces: Combining BSP Trees with Graph-Based Algorithms. Brown University Computer Science Tech Report CS-96-15. April, 1996.

Matthias M. Wloka, Robert C. Zeleznik, and Timothy Miller. Practically Frameless Rendering. Brown University Computer Science Tech Report CS-95-06. March, 1995.

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